FYI You Can Stream All Eight of the "Harry Potter" Movies Online — Here's How

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FYI You Can Stream All Eight of the "Harry Potter" Movies Online — Here's How
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Photo credit: Warner Bros.


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The final Harry Potter film came out a decade ago. Feel old yet? The movies are all incredible and each of them have made millions at the box office. Their popularity has launched tons of amazing merch (which you can shop here, btw) — and any Harry Potter fan is familiar with tables full of all your wizarding needs at every Barnes & Noble location.

Of course, all of the movies are available on DVD and Blu-ray, but if you're anything like me, you probably bought them and then lost them somewhere in the back of your closet for all of eternity. But it's totally OK. DVDs are basically obsolete anyway and new magic—in the form of streaming services—has come to save the day.

While the Harry Potter films never made their way onto Netflix or Hulu, The Boy Who Lived has finally found his way onto an official streaming service. As of January 2021, fans can head off to Peacock, NBC's streaming service, to watch all eight films whenever they want. Starting in June 2021, all eight films will be available on HBO Max once again (they were previously removed from the streaming service last August). Of course, there's always the option to also buy them digitally on Amazon Prime too, but if you're already subscribed, then this is the ideal option for you.

No matter what your preference is we've made it super easy for you to find all the movies in the format you prefer. Here are all the places you can watch the Harry Potter movies.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

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Photo credit: Warner Brothers

Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Photo credit: WB

Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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Photo credit: Courtesy of Everret Digital

Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

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Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

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Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

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Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Free for Peacock and HBO Max subscribers. $3.99 to rent or $14.99 to own on other streamers.

Peacock Amazon Prime iTunes YouTube

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